Hotel Pineta Ristorante Castello
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... pretty. As the street opens up at the end there's a church with a little restaurant next to it and we eat there. The food is fantastic, we decide it's e best meal we've had here and no pizza :))) the waiter has spent 6 years working on cruise ships so his English is really good and he enjoys chatting to us. As we walk up back through the town it's even busier, everyone's heading out for dinner now but it's 10.30 and we're all tired so we head back for an early ...
... has continued to influence what we do and where we go.
Our refuge from the storm
Our accommodation in Corpo di Cava is quite a switch from the very spacious house in Palermo. Here we have a room with en suite to ourselves and share the rest of the B&B with our host [and any other guests but none as we write this chapter]. That being said, it is very comfortable and cosy. The house is three storeys and the part we occupy started ...
... the "men in black". We can report that none of those potential threats presented themselves [at least to us] during our stay. In fact, we felt entirely welcomed by just about everyone we met.
Palermo’s history has been anything but stable as the town passed from one dominating power to another with remarkable frequency. Its strategic position in the middle of the Mediterranean brought wave upon wave of invaders including ...
... Next stop was Florence, where I fell wholly and completely in love (with the city – don’t get too excited guys). We arrived into the station late and exhausted, loaded with rucksacks and utterly lost, we stumbled right smack into the Duomo and the Battisteri and I nearly fell over I was so overcome with ...
... and car (for 200 euro's a day) or do it like we did - local train and bus. First we took the circumvesuviana train (it is also the train you take to Pompeii) for an hour to the end of it's line at Sorrento, we then did a mad dash for the bus stop to take the bus scheduled to leave 10 minutes after the train arrived. Unfortunately we were the last on board so it was stranding room only. One nice gentleman gave up his seat for Izzy but poor ...